6 Reasons Why We Can’t Tell Others We Were Wrong


Knowing that we’ve done something wrong doesn’t seem like much to us. However, confessing to another person can become a whole different situation. We can even create all the drama by trying to deny our mistakes. Interestingly, there are deep reasons for this behavior.

AmazingBuzz wants you to investigate the reasons for this fairly common, but sometimes painful problem. We hope this will help our readers to improve themselves and to improve their relationships with the people around them!

1. We are controlled by our emotions.


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When we believe deeply in something or care about a particular topic, we can find it difficult to keep our feelings to ourselves. And if someone else tries to convince us that the opposite opinion is correct, we could explode. Because our emotions are strong, we sometimes find it difficult to be rational and logical, even though we deeply know that we have made a mistake.

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2. We can feel vulnerable.

Anyone right can strengthen our faith and even make us feel stronger. From another point of view, we can see the apologies as a sign of weakness. Another uncomfortable emotion that can lead to this is a feeling of humiliation. However, it takes a lot of courage and inner strength to apologize.

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